My name is Jack and I'm nineteen years old. I first had one of my dreams about a year ago, I can't remember exactly what happened but I know that I couldn't move and there was a disorientating continuous buzzing down the side of my bed which I could not turn to look at because I couldn't move, I struggled, I was petrified, I thought I was dying. After this first one, I told no one because I thought that there was some kind of demon that came to menace me, or was it just sleep paralysis?
After this experience I never wanted it to happen again... But it did, over and over about twice maybe three times a month. After about the seventh time I started recording what was happening during these dreams, I still didn't like them but I was curious and intrigued because I didn't understand, so these are some of my recording:
I fall to sleep in bed in a strange way, I slowly feel my body and brain start buzzing with intent like an angry swarm of bees in my head and mouth, at that moment I am paralyzed. This is how it usually starts. One time, I was in this state, laying on my back, my eyes could move but my body would not, I was desperately trying to move whilst an extremely loud buzzing noise was to the left side of me coming from under my head under my bed, it started moving towards the end of my bed, still out of sight, I was so scared, eventually it was at the foot of my bed when it paused and got louder. I thought it would crawl up near my feet like in one of those dodgy horror movies, when it stopped, there was silence for a few moments, then suddenly a black shadow in the shape of a man, a ninja type being, leapt from the foot of my bed and perched on an invisible shelf on my sealing. I was waiting for it to pounce down on me or see some red eyes light up but it didn't, at this point I thought to struggle whilst I still had time.
The buzzing noise came back from the figure as I struggled trying to roll from left to write, eventually, the strangest thing happened, I rolled out of my bed to the left only to hit the floor and bounce back straight into bed. Confused, I carried on struggling rolling to my right, I started rolling through the wall down a spiraling slope, there were bright colors, it was like one of them portals going into another dimension or a time zone tunnel, it was sloped at 45 degrees and I was rolling continuously south. I thought I was going to roll straight into hell, so with a mighty surge of power and shouting I broke free, as I was trying to sit up, I felt like I was being pulled back by an invisible force. I could tell my eyes were still shut because it was still the same situation.
Eventually, I opened my eyes and woke completely, I turned and sat at the side of my bed with my head in my hands wondering what in gods name had just gone on. I was also wondering if I had woken up anyone else with my apparent screaming, as I decided to go back to sleep, I felt it starting again, I quickly opened my eyes to stop it from manifesting. I went to the toilet to try and make myself fully awake. It worked and I was cautious about going back to sleep but I did.
Since that ordeal I have had many different occurrences in my sleep paralysis, countless episodes of strange imaginary situations that have seemed to act out in real life, in fact I had one last night, but nowadays I just let it manifest and see what happens, it is usually a wonderful experience after you have just let it be.
Yesterday's one was brilliant, the scary introduction was as awesome as ever and the highlight was even better. I was levitated by a strange force up in the air with my covers still on me, I thought I was going to get chucked into the ceiling but I didn't struggle and I was suspended at least six foot above my bed in a horizontal position, I was slowly strafed to the right over the floor, I could have been dropped but instead I was lowered to the floor where I was left momentarily and then took back to my bed the same way it started, overwhelmed by this experience. I tried to wake up and did, again it is sometime a struggle to fully break free from the clutches of whatever is occupying me, but with trust, I think you can have the most bizarre experiences.
I feel if let manifest, sleep paralysis is a force out of this world helping you have these wondrous out of body, in body maybe experiences. Maybe it is a part of our brain that is working that we do not know about, apparently we only use a small percentage of our brain, whatever the explanation, I don't know...
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Peace and love